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For those of us who are obsessed with watching movies or just really good TV, you’re going to want the best possible quality. Although LG OLED TVs have become the standard for picture quality, Samsung recently released a line of QLED TVs that make for some tough competition. With 4K resolution, HDR compatibility, and "quantum dot" enhanced brightness and color, you’re going to want one of these sitting in your living room. But unfortunately, this high quality usually comes at an incredibly high price.
Typically, the Samsung 55-inch Q8 QLED TV goes for around $2,000, but right now Massdrop is selling it for just $1,599.99, which is the lowest price we’ve ever seen for this bad boy. Now, this may seem a lot for a TV, but it’s completely worth it for the insane viewing experience. Heck, even Amazon is selling it for $1,997.99, so you literally can’t find a better deal on the internet.
After testing this model in our lab, our expert raved about the minimalist design, the bright picture quality, and extra features like “Ambient Mode,” which provides a nice picture-like background while in low power mode. Although the Q8's bright HDR picture doesn’t fare the best in dark rooms, we still think it’s a great TV for normal or bright lighting.
If 55-inches is too small for you, Massdrop is also selling the 65-inch model for $1,999.99 and the 75-inch model for $2,999.99. Both sale prices are great compared to their original prices. To access these amazing deals, you do need to make an account with Massdrop, but it's free and will only take a few minutes of your time.
Warning: There's only a limited number of units for sale, so if you want to get in on this drop it'd be smart to do it sooner than later.
Prices are accurate at the time this article was published, but may change over time.
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